Keisuke YAMAMOTO

CV

1979 Born in Tokyo

2001 B.A in Fine Art-Sculpture Major, Tokyo Zokei University, Tokyo, Japan

2003 M.A in Sculpture, Tokyo Zokei University, Tokyo, Japan

2018 M.A in Sculpture, Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo, Japan

Solo exhibitions


2017     

“Clouds in the Center of the Earth” 8/ ART GALLERY/ Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2015     

“A Long, Long, Long Time  Ago” 8/ ART GALLERY/ Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2014     

“Wasteland” GALLERY ZERO, Osaka, Japan

2013     

“Taro” GALLERY ZERO, Osaka, Japan

2012     

”Brown Sculptures” Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2010     

“Crossing” TKG Editions Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan

GALLERY ZERO, Osaka, Japan

2009     

“Rise” Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2008     

“Kaleidoscopic Dots” HELENE NYBORG CONTEMPORARY, Copenhagen, Denmark

2007     

“fertile land” Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

“Keisuke Yamamoto New Paintings” GALLERY ZERO, Osaka, Japan

2006     

TKGY at lammfromm, Tokyo, Japan

“HERVEST BANQUET” HELENE NYBORG CONTEMPORARY, Copenhagen, Denmark

Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Tochigi, Japan

2005     

project room/ Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

GALLERY ZERO, Osaka, Japan

2004     

TKGY at lammfromm, Tokyo, Japan

2003     

“HOMEBASE CURATION” HOMEBASE, Tokyo, Japan



Group exhibitions


2020     

Parplume Gallery, Kanagawa, Japan

“The Splendid Mountain” Hiro Hiro Art Space, Taipei, Taiwan

“Circulator of the Yoichi Umezu curation exhibition full Freon Tal nude” Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Store Main Building 6F contemporary Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2019     

“SUPER OPEN STUDIO” STUDIO VOLTA, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan

2018     

“Bubblewrap: After Mono-ha, the next established art movement is Superflat, but that means the interim period overlapping the years of Japan’s economic bubble has yet to be named, and I think calling it “Bubblewrap” suits it well. It especially makes sense if you incorporate the realm of ceramics. This show will contemplate this period through works including those from Takashi Murakami’s collection.”Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto, Japan

“SUPER OPEN STUDIO 2018” STUDIO VOLTA, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan

Yurakucho, Otemachi Area, Tokyo, Japan

Art & Design, Yamagata, Japan

2017     

“Singularity of a Tree #2” Denchu Hirakushi House and Atelier, Tokyo, Japan

“22nd HEART EXHIBITION” Tokyu Department Store Shibuya Main Store, Tokyo, Japan [traveled to multiple venues in Japan]

“Mother” Model Room, Tokyo, Japan

2016     

“Singularity of a Tree” Denchu Hirakushi House and Atelier, Tokyo, Japan

“ROKKO MEETS ART 2016” Rokkosan Country House, Hyogo, Japan

“COLLECTION 1” National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan

Tochigi, Japan

2015     

“SOMETHINKS: Daisuke Fukunaga, Keisuke Yamamoto” Art Rabo Hashimoto, Kanagawa, Japan

2014     

“Nostalgia and Fantasy : Imagination and It’s Origins Contemporary Art” National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan

“CSP2” Kuwasawa Design School, Tokyo, Japan

2013     

“Why not live for Art? II -9 collectors reveal their treasures” Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2011     

“Koji Ueki Tribute JOINT EXHIBITION 2011” gallery Motomachi, Kanagawa, Japan

“Cho-Kyoto” Shosei-en Garden (Kikoku-tei, Higashihonganji), Kyoto, Japan

2010     

“The HELLO show” HELENE NYBORG CONTEMPORARY, Copenhagen, Denmark

2009     

“Winter Garden:The Exploration of the Micropop Imagination in Contemporary Japanese Art” Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan; Japanisches Kulturinstitut, Cologne, Germany 2009; The Japan Foundation, Tronto, Canada, 2010; Galeri’a Arnold Belkin, Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City,Mexico, 2011

 “Twist and Shout: Comtemporary Art from Japan” Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Thailand

2008     

“VOCA 2008” The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan

2007     

“STRANGE BREW” Max Lang Gallery, New York, NY, USA

2006     

HELENE NYBORG CONTEMPORARY, Copenhagen, Denmark

“STUDIO Katakuriko Exhibition” Sagamihara Gallery Art Spot, Kanagawa, Japan

“From Atelier” Yumikobo, Kurashiki, Okayama, Japan

2005     

“Drawings” project room/ Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Changing Role-Move Over Gallery, Napoli, Italy

2004     

“Field of Dreams” project room/ Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

“The World is Mine” Hiromi Yoshii 5, Tokyo, Japan

2003     

“The 7th Gumma Biennale for Young Artist ’03” Museum of Modern Art, Gunma, Japan

“Opening Exhibition” STUDIO Katakuriko, Kanagawa, Japan

2002     

“CLIP SIGN” Former Hazama Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan

Public collections


Flowerman Collection

The Japan Foundation

The National Museum of Art, Osaka

Olbricht Collection

Rubell Family Collection



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